Security Threat Landscape: Bad BIOS malware concept and CryptoLocker update

November episode discusses the latest data security threats

Check out the latest episode of "Security Threat Landscape", a monthly video podcast co-produced by Network World and Fortinet. This month, Fortinet's Derek Manky and Network World's Keith Shaw (hey, that's me!) discuss the Bad BIOS Malware proof-of-concept (including a discussion of what an air-gapped network is), the Supermicro IPMI bug that in theory could attack BIOS-level control or servers at server farms, and the CryptoLocker ransomware infections, and why everyone needs to back up their data NOW.

More details on the latest security threats can be found at the Fortiguard blog.

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